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A simple file system for create, read, write, delete and show properties of a text file

, 3 Jan 2008 CPOL
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This program is a very, very simple program that can create, read, write and delete a text file. Also it can read properties of a file

Introduction

Hi everybody, This program is a very, very simple program that can create, read, write and delete a text file. Also it can read properties of a file. It's really simple. So I did not make an educational document for it. I wish it can solve some of your problems with file system.

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SAEED7
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Iran (Islamic Republic Of) Iran (Islamic Republic Of)
Saeed Khadivi Sohrabi

Student of Software engineering in Azad university of tehran (North Branch)


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QuestionThanks Pin
vadim123424-Apr-14 6:52
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Generalso simple.... Pin
sinbad124-Jul-12 15:54
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GeneralMy vote of 1 Pin
Dave Kreskowiak26-Feb-10 2:34
mvpDave Kreskowiak26-Feb-10 2:34 
QuestionIf so simple... Pin
Frederic Sivignon3-Jan-08 7:29
memberFrederic Sivignon3-Jan-08 7:29 
AnswerRe: If so simple... Pin
SAEED73-Jan-08 7:39
memberSAEED73-Jan-08 7:39 
GeneralRe: If so simple... Pin
Mufaka3-Jan-08 9:22
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GeneralRe: If so simple... Pin
SAEED73-Jan-08 19:05
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GeneralRe: If so simple... Pin
MarkWadsworth5-Jun-09 3:58
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